Re: Modify, Spaces, Single Space, command
- One possible (maybe - I haven't tested this) solution could be, to reprogram the period to produce ". ", where the space is a nonbreaking space (U00A0, or ALT+0160).
You would be giving up the use of a period with numbers, i.e.e the decimal point would also be followed by this non-breaking space.
See Keyboard shortcuts in NoteTab help, and the Shortcuts.dat file in NoteTab's program directory.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Daniel Prince <neutrino1200@...> wrote:
> I sometimes accidentally type extra spaces between words. I would
> like to use the Modify, Spaces, Single Space, command but I want to
> keep two spaces after end of sentence punctuation (period, question
> mark and colon) and this command changes those two spaces to one
> space. Is there a setting to change the way this works? Thank you in
> advance for all replies.